Sometimes two things may seem like they have nothing in common but when analyzed more critically one may find many similarities. A good example of this would be between The Crucible and Sommersby. These two stories may seem like they have nothing in common; one, The Crucible, is about the Salem witch trials, the other, Sommersby, is about a POW returning home after six years. These two stories may appear to be totally different but
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two stories may appear to be totally different but they do in fact share many similarities. The Crucible and Sommersby both shared many similarities in characters and their decisions. Some of the characters are almost identical in both stories. This may have been so because of the way great writers and great producers think, or maybe it is just that both of these great literary pieces of work depict what conscience tells one to do.